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Black History: John Diggle's Top 10 Moments

Fans of the CW’s Arrowverse has had the pleasure to see many good characters grow into great heroes, but it’s time to honor a very special one. In honor of Black History Month, I’ve decided to highlight one of my favorite Black characters: John Diggle. (This has Arrow spoilers, so be sure to catch up before you read!) From an […]

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The Art of Ken Lashley at Fan Expo Canada 2019

On the Friday of Fan Expo Canada, the art of Ken Lashley took over one of the convention centre rooms. During the panel, fans of the famed comic book artist were able to watch him draw, tell various stories and answer questions from the audience. During the hour-long panel, Lashley drew a picture of Superman’s nemesis, Doomsday (which was given […]

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‘Locke & Key’ Live-Action Fancast

Locke and Key is one of the most famous indie comics and arguably one of the best horror comics out there. It was published by IDW, and created by Joe Hill (Writer) and Gabriel Rodriguez (Illustrator.) This series follows 3 siblings of the Locke family: Tyler, Kinsey, and Bode, as they move to Massachusetts into the family estate, Keyhouse, after […]

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GOC Comic Review: Jook Joint #1

Jook Joint #1 Written By: Tee Franklin Art By: Alitha E. Martinez, Shari Chankhamma, Taylor Esposito Published By: Image Comics (October 3, 2018) When it comes to horror, I’ve always been a huge fan ever since I was young. Stephen King, Anne Rice, and now, I can proudly add Tee Franklin to this list. My peers always wondered, why I […]

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Interview: Indie Comics Creator Kat Calamia

The world of comic books is filled with wonder, amazement, and colorful characters. Themes of heroism, family, and justice are commonly used to weave intricate stories that people can relate to, and be entertained by.  Creating a comic book requires countless hours of work, energy, and passion. Enter: Kat Calamia! Kat is the comics creator behind They Call Her…The Dancer, and Like […]

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Recap: Fan Expo Canada 2018

  Another year and another Fan Expo whirlwind has passed us by and much like our first year in attendance at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre last year, 2018’s convention was just as fun! This year had a little of everything for everyone interested in various types of fandom; with a heavier emphasis on gaming than we saw last year, […]

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Three Viewpoints, One Story, A Terrifying Rage of Emerald Inbound – Immortal Hulk #3 Review

The Immortal Hulk #3 Written by: Al Ewing Art by: Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, Leonardo Romero, Paul Hornschemeier, Marguerite Savage, Garry Brown, Paul Mount, and Alex Ross (cover art) Published By: Marvel Comics Released: July 18th, 2018 Ever since I was young, the Hulk has always been a character who has stuck with me. Perhaps it’s due to his unique […]

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The Punisher, Magik, Ghost Rider, Spider-Man, Thor and the X-Men Getting the Marvel ‘What If’ Treatment

This fall, Marvel Comics is releasing a new slew of ‘What If’ comic books which include fan favourite characters like the Punisher, Ghost Rider, Spider-Man, Thor, Magik and the X-men. The six brand new stories will examine these classic marvel characters and answer the question ‘what if’ as it pertains to having the character’s original narratives turned on their heads […]

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Shuri is Getting Her Own Solo Book From Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics will launch a brand new comic book which centers around the Princess of Wakanda, Shuri. The upcoming series will see the beloved character written by award-winning author, Nnedi Okorafor. Okorafor is no stranger to Marvel Comics, having penned the digital series Black Panther: Long Live the King. Via email to Bustle, Okorafor said, “[Shuri is] an African young […]

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GOC Comic Reviews: ‘Man of Steel #6’

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Jason Fabok Colour Artist: Alex Sinclair Letters: Josh Reed It’s not easy to wrap up a story that had many things going on, and while some things remain unclear, they seem like they’ll be explored in Action Comics and the Superman run, others were finally explained and shed some light over them. Jon and Lois are on […]

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GOC Comic Reviews: ‘Batman #50’

Story by Tom King Art by Mikel Janín Colours by June Chung Letters by Clayton Cowles It’s not a secret to anyone out there that King’s Batman run is a 100 issue plan, and while it certainly seemed odd to have this iconic moment happen in the middle of the story arc, it had been planned and hyped in all kinds of media, […]

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GOC Comic Review: Catwoman #1

Catwoman #1 Story & art by: Joëlle Jones Colors by: Laura Allred Published by: DC Comics (July 4, 2018) Selina Kyle is back in a new solo series by Joëlle Jones. The events in this premiere issue,  follow the events of Batman #50 – you know, the highly anticipated BatCat wedding issue (which was unfortunately spoiled for some). However, in […]